Served on a pretty pie plate, these recipes are springtime showstoppers.
A favorite menu item for lunching ladies, quiche is as popular now as it has ever been. These savory pies prove that there
are endless variations to dish up. Serve for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or with a peppery arugula salad for a light spring
Start your day with this warm and savory quiche. Chop vegetables, shred cheese, and cook bacon while the dough for the crust chills in the refrigerator.
View Recipe: Summer Squash, Bacon, and Mozzarella Quiche
We like the creamy, custardy consistency of this quiche when it's baked for 35 minutes. If you prefer a firmer texture, bake
an additional 5 minutes.
View Recipe: Spinach, Green Onion, and Smoked Gouda Quiche
Some quiches use butter as the liquid, but using 1% milk yields a healthier quiche with less saturated fat. This recipe packs
delicious, fresh flavor.
View Recipe: Garden Vegetable Crustless Quiche
We’ve used a combination of convenience products, like frozen hash brown potatoes, frozen chopped spinach, and refrigerated
breadstick dough, to cut down on prep time, something that never hurts when preparing a brunch or breakfast meal. The balance
of tangy feta, sweet caramelized onions, and earthy spinach makes this a hall-of-fame breakfast dish.
View Recipe: Spinach, Caramelized Onion, and Feta Quiche
This five-star favorite is a reader recipe from Wendy McMillan of Longmont, Colorado. She advises to sprinkle some of the
Swiss cheese in the pie plate first before adding the ham and egg mixture. The thin layer on the bottom gives another hit
of flavor when you bite into a piece.
View Recipe: Crustless Smoked Turkey and Spinach Quiche
Serve this quiche for Sunday brunch, and enjoy high-quality protein from the eggs and egg whites, calcium from the cheese
and milk, and vitamin C and folate from the broccoli.
View Recipe: Crustless Broccoli and Cheese Quiche
Oats lend a crunchy contrast to the creamy filling of this quiche. It's perfect for breakfast or a light lunch.
View Recipe: Mushroom-and-Spinach Quiche in an Oat Crust
If you don't have cooked rice on hand, use boil-in-a-bag rice (such as Success Rice) and follow the microwave directions.
Cool the rice slightly before adding egg.
View Recipe: Cajun Quiche in a Rice Crust
Coastal flavors collide in an amazing way in this quiche. To avoid a mess in the oven, place the pie plate on a baking sheet
in case the filling bubbles over.
View Recipe: Crab Quiche Florentine